Abstract

Kapp Scania, on the coast of West Spitsbergen, lies in a belt of almost unfossiliferous strata referred to the Hecla Hoek system of pre-Devonian age. Material collected during expeditions in 1948 and 1951 contains corals, brachiopods, and fusulinids that indicate an upper middle or lower upper Carboniferous age.

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